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The Chairman of Public Justice, Arthur Bryant, warns that, with hunting season starting, owners of defective Remington rifles needs to stop using them or get them fixed; class action stalled on appeal.  See the articles below (and earlier updates) for specifics on models and retro­fitting the rifles. Few Remington rifles have been fixed three years […]

Our firm recently celebrated Wayne Hogan receiving the American Associ­ation for Justice 2017 Lifetime Achievement Award. Our firm is like family and what matters at Terrell Hogan is that everyone here shares a passion for the mission to represent our clients as they seek justice. At Terrell, Hogan we’re surrounded by many of the brightest […]

Joy Purdy of WJXT inves­ti­gated bounce house safety and how wind gusts from Florida’s storms can be dangerous. She inter­viewed attorney Chris Shakib for the story. He has repre­sented consumers who were injured by inflat­ables. Wind Gust Danger To test bounce house safety when encoun­tering wind gusts, the reporter conducted an exper­iment. She used airboats […]

The following Ford vehicles are being recalled: 230,000 vehicles for under-hood fire risks. Ford reported that there have been 29 fire incidents but no injuries. In the defective vehicles, a lack of coolant circu­lation could cause an engine to overheat, resulting in a crack in the cylinder head. A cracked cylinder head can result in […]

Ten attorneys general encouraged the court to decline to approve a proposed settlement with Remington. The settlement is for a deadly flaw in the rifles. Their reasoning is because only one percent of the Remington rifle owners have actually filed claims and it is estimated that there are 7.5 million owners of the defective rifles. […]

Mercedes-Benz is recalling over 354,000 2015, 2016, and 2017 vehicle for risk of catching fire. The defect is electrical and is found in the starting current limiter. The starting current limiter is designed to manage electrical currents, protecting other compo­nents from being damaged and preventing fuse overloads. If the limiter fails, it can cause overheating […]

Little Tikes is recalling 540,000 2-in-1 Snug ‘n Secure pink toddler swings. To date there have been 140 reports of the swings breaking and 39 reports of injuries, including two children with broken arms. US Consumer Product Safety Commission announced the recall of of the swings.  The swings being recalled were made from November 2009 […]

Britax strollers were sold at major retailers such as Target and Babies “R” Us since 2011. Since 2011, approx­i­mately 676,000 strollers have been sold in the U.S., with an 36,400 more in Canada and 4,600 in Mexico. The problem occurs when the strollers are in the travel system mode, when the car seat component is attached […]

CBS News reports that a 19-year-old Illinois man may not be able to sue Samsung for damages after his Galaxy Note 7 exploded, caught fire and severely burned his legs. It happened when the phone was plugged in while he was sleeping. Due to incidents like this and airlines banning Galaxy Note 7 phones on flights […]

Volkswagen is recalling over 576,000 Audis for two dangerous defects. Links to the full NHTSA recall report are below. Recalled Vehicles 342,867 — 2013–2017 Audi A5, A5 Cabriolet and Q5 SUVs — the electric coolant pump may get blocked with debris which can cause the pump to overheat and cause a fire. 234,054 — 2011–2017 […]

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